tv Today in the Bay NBC July 22, 2011 5:00am-6:00am PDT
>> good friday morning to you. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. time to check the forecast, the cooling forecast i believe, with meteorologist christina loren. >> oh, a woman who knows what's going on in the world of news and weather. yeah, you know what, we're going to see a comfortable weekend. we've got a lot to talk about in the weather department. big changes on the way for next week. you see that hurricane, hurricane dora, weakening overnight. we'll let you know what that means for your mexican travel plans if you have them, that's coming up. mike has good news for commuters in the south bay. >> red on the screen usually not great news. let me show you what was going on. the closure of 101 as you cross, basically approaching or leaving the area of tully road. full freeway closure scheduled to extend until 8:00. a few minutes ago we got word that it instead of being extended picked up early. the map shows you red through the area. speeds below 20.
but that's because the construction quipment is moving and the people are just getting back on the roadway, so no need for an alternate. we're going to track this and see how things clear up. >> thank you. we also have a surprising twist in the bryan stow case. nbc bay area has confirmed that los angeles police have arrested two new suspects in the case. another suspect has been in custody for months but now it appears he may not be connected to that case at all. "today in the bay's" marla tellez is live outside san francisco general hospital with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, laura. no doubt about it, this story has really gripped the bay area since it first broke. bryan stow nearly beaten to death almost four months ago. last night nbc bay area confirmed with the los angeles police department they have arrested two new suspects in his beating. who these suspects are and what led to their arrest, well, we are still waiting to learn those
details. in the meantime, the big question remains what does this mean for giovanni ramirez, the 31-year-old man who the lapd arrested in may, calling him the main suspect ever since. though ramirez is currently serving a 10-month prison sentence for an unrelated parole violation, his attorney is celebrating this latest development. all along attorney ramirez has told lapd his client was not even at dodger stadium the day of march 31st, that was when stow was beaten in the parking lot. >> i guess i'm being forced to take the high road and credit the lapd for continuing the investigation. i think that they made the right move in switching rhd. i think we're seeing the product of that move. >> since the lapd named ramirez as the primary suspect they have been fairly tight-lipped never
citing evidence that linked ramirez to stow. to be clear ramirez was never officially charged with the stow beating. i called the los angeles police department to ask them if they are planning to hold a press conference about this. the woman told me, no, not today but no doubt the l.a. police chief is under pressure. he is going to have to give a statement sooner than later. for bryan stow, the giant fan has been here at sf general more than two months, his condition has gone from critical to serious i. know you have more information about his condition for us. >> we do. the family of bryan stow says he's doing better and is alert. they posted this on the support for stow website. as of last night brian had both eyes open, his right hand was trying to give a thumbs up or hold up two fingers. he closed his eyes and opened.
great progress that he's making. for the latest on the bryan stow investigation, as well as updates on his condition visit nbcbayarea.com and search bryan stow. we of course wish he and his family the best. >> hundreds of people are expected to march on the streets of oakland protesting in the city's massive budget cuts. the march coincides with an appearance by the labor department secretary who is speaking at a labor convention in oakland. more than 1500 are expected at 11:00. they will march from there to city hall. >> friends and family will remember a menlo park woman who was killed. a people willial service for catherine fisher will be held this morning at peninsula temple beth el. the 19-year-old and gymnastics teacher was shot and killed sitting in a parked car last wednesday. police have not found the
shooter. >> nearly two months since michelle le disappeared and tonight another fund-raiser to help raise money for the effort to find her. it begins at 9:30 at the icon ultra lounge. the event is presented by san francisco state's beta phi sorority. she disappeared may 27 on a break from her shift. hayward police classified the case as a homicide. the family says they will not accept that without definite evidence. >> dozens of people cited and released after a protest outside a downtown san francisco hotel. hundreds gathered the grand hyatt last night to protest what they call unfair business practices. they say the hyatt is eliminating jobs and increasing the work load for employees. workers have not had a labor contract since 2009, more than 80 demonstrators were cited for
blocking traffic. >> a meeting today will determine how much money our county court houses lose. california lawmakers have cut $350 million from state courts. today the california judicial council will neat decide exactly how much money each county will lose. the bay area court houses say the cuts mean dozens will lose their jobs. things could sob bad only criminal cases could go to trial. i want to take a break from the news but check win the forecast and christina loren. >> one of the most important days of the week for a forecast. we have nice weather for you this weekend. on shore flow picks up in the bay area. you can see this trough digging into the area. this is kicking on the onshore flow. the marine air is going to push inland. a mostly cloudy start across the bay area. cooler conditions later on today. it's going to take a while to
lose that cloud cover in san francisco, not until about 12:30. 55 degrees now. you're at 54 in san mateo. and 60 degrees, good morning to you, in livermore. 58 in san jose. on the way to 85 degrees. overall i subtracted about 10 degrees yom your highs yesterday. 82 in redwood city. 69 san francisco and 73 degrees today in oakland. just a gorgeous weekend. we're going to continue to follow the temperature. next week is looking hot. we'll talk about that coming up. mike, you've been busy. it's only 5:07. >> things were hopping. construction that happened overnight and the maze. the maze itself overview. beautiful speeds with no drama right now. the north bay has some issues. back to the map, to the golden gate bridge. the golden gate bridge a smooth view. the it's aren't visible across
from the marine side. you're going to see changes to the configuration. lanes are opening up. no problems coming in from the north bay. there is the south bay. we have some slowdowns around tully. we had been warned about an 8:00 clearing but weekend closures will continue so tonight, tomorrow into monday morning by 5:00 you should have the lanes open. watch capital expressway is a good alternate though there is a posted one. >> thanks for the update. the people behind the got milk campaign are backing off. they received a lot of criticism because of these billboards heart of the everything i do is wrong campaign. they feature a couple of guys, this one holding a milk carton with the caption we can both blame myself, and i'm sorry i
listened to what you said and not what you meant. i apologize for not reading between the right lines there. the advertising was actually supposed to promote milk as a way to lesson the effects of pms. some were offended. got milk says the billboards will be changed next week. 5:09. coming up we'll tell you why a well known san francisco vet will not be held within the city limits this time around. how you can watch two of the county's biggest summer music festivals from the comfort of your own home. for everything you need to know follow us on facebook. search nbc bay area morning news. ucing icy hot naturals with natural menthol. that gets icy to dull pain, hot to relax it away fast. new icy hot naturals.
>> a good friday morning to you. it's 5:11. taking a live look outside, this is actually looking towards the bay bridge this morning. see the clouds hanging overhead, cooling temperatures down this morning. >> san francisco's popular love evolution celebration will not be held in san francisco this year. the event organizers moved that party to oakland after san francisco officials pulled the plug on the civic center location last year due to the event's growing size and some public safety concerns. organizers tried to relocate the event in san francisco but in the end decided oakland's oracle arena would be the best place. not the first time san francisco has cracked down on rowdy behavior. the bay to breakers run instituted new restrictions in recent years to curb some of the drinking. amd helping to fuel markets. the earnings reports boosting the stock in extended trading.
we'll find out if the carryover continues. we turn to nicole lapin live at cnbc world headquarters. good friday morning to you. >> very good friday morning to you. futures are higher as we are seeing some of the carryover from thursday's rally spurred by optimism. and after european leaders struck an agreement on a second bailout for greece. investors cheered several reports, asian markets rose, europe is higher. no big economic data today but crossing the wire mcdonald's reports good earnings, also positive from the likes of ge as well. the dow rising 152 yesterday to 12,724 is where we closed, the nasdaq up to 2834. utilities are seeing a record demand as the heat wave sweeps across the midwest to the east coast. the power grid should handle it. they can usually handle 15% more than peak levels. more and more people turn to the
ac to cope. but utility companies say they will actually benefit from the weekend when demand eases as businesses empty out. gm starts to sell a diesel of its chevy cruze. it would be the first diesel car since the 1980s. diesels get up to 40% better mileage than similar size gas engines. they are more expensive and diesel fuel prices 5% to 10% higher than regular unleaded. very happy friday to you. >> thanks for filling us up so to speak. 5:14 now. youtube is making a big announcement this morning but we know what it is. the bay area based company says it will stream live two of the summer's largest music festivals. there will be a second stream with a look back stage and some
interviews. august 5 will 7, austin city limits runs september 16-18. probably will a good day and good weekend ahead to get out and about. want to check in with meteorologist christina loren. >> most of the nation has been suffering from sweltering heat and humidity we've had a break. the entire month has been below average. this week it's going to get really nice as we head toward the weekend. today looks good, saturday looks good as we round out the weekend on sunday that's going to be the coolest day. and then next week our temperatures start to sky rocket. we'll talk about why right now. cooler onshore flow, this dip in the jet stream has brought this trough through the area. that's going to kick up a pretty significant round of fog as we head throughout this afternoon. and then high pressure builds in. take a look at this really strong ridge all the way from the eastern pacific up through canada, that's where you're seeing this storm track. clouds arcingp and around that
amplifying ridge. through the weekend it continues to get closer and closer to us. that means as we head through monday, tuesday, wednesday, mid-90s back on the temperature map. even the triple digits which we stayed away from almost the entire month. 59 in sunnyvale, 55 san francisco, 54 in santa rosa. toasty in the east bay yesterday. today much cooler weather for you. 86 degrees in livermore. 88 in fairfield and 86 in concord. even the south bay valleys will be comfortable as we head thorough the afternoon. daytime highs at 4:00 p.m., it might be warm at that time for a run in places like san jose 85 but it's cool, you can breathe in that clean air, onshore flow keeping our air quality good. towards the weekend, 80 on sunday. that's the best day for outdoor plans. sunshine on sunday. then we jump to 90 degrees monday, up to 95 wednesday and the triple digits in the warmest spots. back to you. >> looks like we'll enjoy the
weekend. thank you. it's 5:16. comic lovers converging in san diego this weekend for the annual comic-con international. the party kicked off last night with thousands of costumed die-hard fans hoping to get a glimpse of favorite artists and characters. stars likeever bridges and justin timberlake also on the guest list. then there's the movie premiers. >> this is the star wars blue ray experience that people are waiting to check out. >> exciting. the world premier of the movie "cowboys and aliens" will show on saturday night. comic-con international runs through sunday. >> it's 5:17. headed to divorce court. what arnold schwarzenegger is asking the judge to do in those recently filed divorce papers. >> as we drive north on 880, oakland looks pretty good. these green cars meaning speeds
>> welcome back. a good friday morning to you. what a beautiful live look outside. the sheen of the water by the bay bridge. traffic appears to be moving smoothly through this shot at least right now. in fact, drivers traveling on a major freeway flew the north bay this morning, however, should be aware of a shift in their commute. caltrans says starting today drivers headed north on 101 and rohnert will be directed on a new overpass. northbound shifted on the new portion of that overpass on the east side of the highway near wilfred avenue. the shift is the first of a two-part project to replace an older overpass. busy morning when it comes to the commute.
i want to check it with mike. >> good morning. we expected, well, we have a shift. we expected more problems through the south bay. the good news first to the south bay maps. tuning tine hear if the construction has cleared. it has from 101. you have lanes open as you pass under the tully overcrossing. things were crazy. we thought it was going to be extended longer than they thought but it picked up just about 5:00 this morning. a note, though, that continuing tonight action tomorrow night and sunday night you have overnight closures as well so. capital expressway is a good alternate. it's a simple one. between 101 and 680. the posted one on capital to the other side of the freeway along mclaughlin. this is the construction that went on overnight and that's why they have to close it. a huge project continues and we've seen these on weekends overnight, a couple times earlier. i wanted to give you that note again. we'll take you back to the maps and show you the approach to the bay bridge. the travel times looking good, no major delays. the backup through antioch
hasn't formed. we expect it to form later on a friday, 5:45 we should see slowing. and a look at the upper deck. you showed this shot but yes, in the middle of the screen the headlights are clustering at the toll plaza. that's as they come together toward the incline and the smooth drive you see in the foreground. the construction zone on the lower deck is picking up as you head toward treasure island. >> a lot of people up early. former governor arnold schwarzenegger is asking for help from the court this morning. according to papers filed in divorce court, he is requesting that no spousal support be awarded to maria shriver his wife of 25 years. he also asks that attorney fees and legal costs be jointly paid. the couple does not have a prenup you'll agreement which nenes under california law shriver is entitled to half of schwarzenegger's assets massachusetts ria shriver filed for divorce after the former governor acknowledged fathering
a child with a long time household maid. they continue to play beat the clock in washington. the debt limit expiration is close at hand and there is no deal. president obama will hold a town hall meeting this morning at the university of maryland. town hall session comes after some signs of progress but officials say neither party is happy. democrats are uneasy with the cuts to medicare and other entitlement programs and republicans oppose tax increases. the nation's debt limit expires on august 2. we'll keep tabs on that. fantastic news for verizon yet the ceo is stepping down at the same time. scott mcgrew joins us. can you hear me now? >> the company that measures the strength of cell phone signals in the bay area says you want verizon. verizon has the best signal, the fastest data network. everybody likes to gripe about at&t, in fact t worst performance was by team mobile
that at&t wants to buy. as for the ceo you mentioned the head of veer rye zon retired a few minutes ago. this was planned to coincide with the cell phone company's quarterly report. >> i'm going to take the phone. that's going to be evidence. >> here's a question. can police take your cell phone if you record something they want to see? can you record your own arrest legally? do you have to hand over your phone during a traffic stop? can cops read your text messages without your permission. these are great questions. we get answers this week on "press here" with one of the top digital rights lawyers. >> they are responding to stressful situations and may be making impulsive decisions. on the other side that doesn't mean they are entight led to do what they want and take what they want. they have to think about the potential do they have a lawful right to this camera, this cell phone or not.
>> press here sunday mornings after "meet the press." we'll have a lexy cographer. what show promises you that? >> "press here" this weekend. >> thank you very much. stick around for this. an amazing act of selflessness by a kid at a baseball game. amazing. we're going to show you what happened coming up. >> reporter: a pair of fires break out near the altamont pass burning hundreds of acres of grass. crews on the scene. i'll have that story coming up in a live report. >> a live look outside, beautiful bay bridge this morning. gorgeous start to the day. cooler temperatures. folks up and about hoping to enjoy the weekend.
>> new detail this is morning in the death of a 14-year-old who died at her own slumber party. and just in to our newsroom this morning, an overnight fire sends one person to the hospital. we've got all of the details for you coming up. >> a live look at the beautiful bay bridge. it is friday, july 22nd, this is "today in the bay." >> a good friday morning to you. thank you for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. it's 5:28 now. time to check win meteorologist christina loren. she's got a look at the forecast. >> good morning to you laura, to you at home. you made it to the weekend. we've got a gorgeous weekend in the bay area to look forward to. most of the nation is suffering from this oppressive heat wave all the way from texas, up and down the east coast, really hot weather. low pressure and a dip in the
jet stream has brought about another cooldown for us. i'll let you know which day is the best for outdoor plans coming up this weekend. right now, it's not really friday light this morning, mike. you're pretty ef busy this morning. >> not on the incident reports, christina. we have a lighter volume right now in the south bay and folks tuning in now, wanted to know about this, the closure for highway 101. we had this overnight closure flew the weekend. i got my eyes on this. this might be what you're talking about. we see slow spots. i'll explain about the north bay slow in a second. >> thank you. we also have new developments this morning in the bryan stow beating investigation. we've confirmed with the l.a. police department two new suspects have been arrested. the arrest could clear giovanni ramirez arrested in may in connection with that beating. we'll have a live report from los angeles with the latest coming up in about ten minutes. >> still no word on how a 14-year-old santa rosa girl died
at her own slumber party. the sheriff's office says an autopsy of the girl turned up no definitive cause of death. she was hosting a sleepover with three friends when the girls found a bottle of vodka in a cup board and decided to start drinking. the girls told deputies they think she drank more than they did. officials are still waiting for a toxicology report. >> we're following up on two fires that burned nearly 550 acres last night along the altamont pass. christie smith is live in livermore where firefighters are certainly keeping a close eye on the fire, watching for flare-ups. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. happy friday. that's exactly right. right now crews are scattered throughout the hills here trying to make sure that this fire doesn't flare up again after it burned more than 500 acres of grass. it's quite windy now. we're near the wind mills.
here's what we know. i spoke with cal fire. they say this fire is called the flynn fire. it started around 9:30 last night, moved through the hills of grass, driven by the winds, over 20 miles an hour. the fire is now basically stopped or over 80% contained. and this follows another fire, about 50 acres, starmted at 7:30 along 580 which snarled traffic. crews telling me these are not related. but speaking of traffic this morning, this fire near patterson pass road has that closed between cross and midway because of all of the equipment out here at least 25 trucks. at least it will be closed through the morning, possibly later. some people i'm told use it as an alternate from the mountain house area, so certainly something to keep in mind. the cause of both fires still under investigation this morning. reporting live near the altamont pass, christie smith and bay
area news. >> beautiful sunrise behind you. thank you for the update. this morning at least one person is in the hospital with severe burns after flames ripped through a home in oakley. firefighters say that fire started a few minutes before 2:30 this morning at fourth and main streets. so far no word on the cause of the fire. >> 5:32. police officers and deputies in the east bay are teaming up to crack down on gun violence and gang activity. police and the sheriff's office have joined together to create a gang task force t the goal to disrupt the cycle of retaliation between gangs and street groups. eight people have died in richmond this month alone. police officers and deputies will patrol together to pinpoint problem areas in richmond. they will work to investigate crimes, share information and strategize. >> two former richmond police
officers will go to trial danny harris jr. is accused of buying three guns from a dealer for the minors, and lying about who would use them. harris and former officer raymond thomas jr. are also accused of setting up a sting operation where the teens would be caught with the guns. they were charged with conspi conspiring to deceive authorities and obstruction. both former officers are set to be in court next month. >> 5:33. time to check the forecast with christina loren. i could tell it was cooler out. >> yeah. it's refreshing when you walk out especially in the east bay and the south bay. you live in those valleys you know how hot it was yesterday. today we're looking much better as onshore flow picks back up. you saw that live picture of the bay bridge. you can see it from the top to bottom this morning. that won't last. through 6:00, 7:00, we're going to lose a lot of this visibility. right now headed out the front
door you're getting the best clear drive of the morning. what you can expect later on. throughout afternoon high pressure will start to move closer to the bay area but it's not going to bring our temperatures up until monday so we'll get a nice weekend, sunday the best for outdoor activities. that's where we expect the most sunshine. you're on the way to about 82 degrees up in the north bay wine country. will be gorgeous. 85 in san jose and 86 down from about 96 in livermore. got the 7-day outlook coming up. >> a good change, i showed you this a few minutes ago but we'll go back. 101 southbound between highway 37 and san pedro road, typical construction spots restricting flow from two lanes to one. see awe red. increased volume caused increased slowdowns. you have speeds around 40 miles per hour down to the richmond/san rafael bridge. more construction zones clear
up. approaching that bay bay bridge smooth flow as well as off of 580. that's the richmond bridge. an 18-minute drive to the toll plaza. no delays, for highway 24. antioch on the right, holding up. 55 registering and that could be a sign for slowing but it typically is about 55 much of the morning in that area until a slowdown starts near concord. 680, spots with construction, the off ramp cleared. nice out of livermore for 580, 14 minutes. as i checked, christie was talking about this. chp says you can get through the area, there is a lot of fire equipment. you might want to avoid patterson pass and nbc 1097. they are on scene. >> they keep track of everything. >> they are watching you. >> it's a selfless act caught on
tape. a young brewers fan, watching. he didn't catch the ball. he's in the black shirt on the right. the kid on the left, excited, look at me, dad. then he realizes what happened the other kid was sad. so he gave him the ball. isn't that great. and for that generosity he was taken up to the announcer's booth, handed tickets to a future game and autographed bat. >> then he was taxed on it like that other guy. >> the power of the pout. i use it all the time. >> 5:36 now. major news in the fight for gay rights. the announcement expected in washington in a live report. new details into the investigation of the brutal beating of giants fan bryan stow. two new arrests. buster posey going in for
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school takes a lot. target has it all. >> welcome back everyone. live look outside. golden gate bridge, you can certainly feel the moisture in the air as you kind of see it at this shot. pretty clear at the bay bridge now. but the cloud cover is coming. 5:39 now. we may soon have a date for an end to the military's "don't ask, don't tell policy." a new announcement is expected this morning. brian mooar is live in washington. he joins us with the details. >> reporter: we are expecting a major milestone later today when secretary of defense leon panetta and mike mullen meet
with president obama. news reports are that they are going to certify that "don't ask, don't tell," law of the land for the last 17 years, can be repealed without harming u.s. security. when president obama signs off on that, that starts a 60-day countdown clock toward the final repeal of "don't ask, don't tell." so, if everything happened today, that means "don't ask, don't tell" would be gone sometime in late september. the court challenges of course would end up being moot. the pentagon would be prohibited from doing anything to investigate or discipline soldiers in the military from talking about being gay, but there are still some issues that will have to be worked out that may go way beyond september, specifically benefits for same-sex couples. back to you. >> thank you so much, brian. this morning san francisco police are looking for a gun, the gun they believe fired the shot that killed a 19-year-old suspect in the bay view
district. new ballistics evidence suggests that the fatal bullet was not from a police officer. damian trujillo is live in san francisco and joins us with an update. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this sign here at the scene of the shooting explains a sentiment here in the bayview. you should not pay for muni with your life. now this revelation that kenneth harding may have shot himself according to the medical examiner is sure to stir up more controversy in the bay view. so far one man dead and the gun apparently used to kill him missing. we're going to show you video that is from youtube. it apparently shows a man in a hooded sweatshirt picking up a gun. police are looking for that man and the gun that was lying on the muni plaza. here in the bay view. they are offering a $1,000 reward. after a gun battle with police over the weekend, residents became enraged, getting confrontational with the police
chief over the shooting. but the chief medical examiner and police staff insist police did not fire the gun that killed kenneth harding. >> personally reviewed the analysis, i can say that the bullet is a 380/ .9 mm caliber and not consistent with department-issued duty ammunition. furthermore, the bullet could not have been fired from any department issued firearm. >> reporter: that's a very important fact from the investigators. 380 caliber handgun or bullet is what was found in the body body of ken harding. police are issued 40 caliber handguns. that's the difference that the medical examiner is trying the to make. they did find a bullet that is a .380 caliber in the pocket of ken harding. no matter how you explain this to the residents here you get the feeling you're going to have
a hard time explaining to them or convincing them that kenneth harding may have shot himself. >> thank you. it's 5:42. los angeles police confirming to us this morning that officers have arrested two new suspects in the brutal beating of giants fan bryan stow. it's a stunning moment for the stow family. for the family of the man initially arrested, suspected of the attack, has to be a sense of relief. john cadiz klemack is live in los angeles with a new twist in the case. good morning, john. >> reporter: good morning, laura. big new twist in this case. i don't know if you recall a few weeks ago we heard from the police chief here who admitted it was possible that this giovanni ramirez may not be the prime suspect. of course now we've seen what's happening now we have this to talk about. ramirez almost exonerated now.
apparently not going to be charged with the beating of bryan stow. he has been in custody since the 22nd of may. his attorney doing so as well. we confirmed that yesterday lapd arrested two different men in records to this. his attorney telling us that since the beginning he as believed that lapd has had the wrong guy. >> forced to take the high road and dread lapd for continuing the investigation. i think they made the right move in switching rhd. they had to bring in and i think we're seeing the product of that move. >> reporter: of course, brian remains in the hospital there in the bay area. of course you guys are following that and we're following it as well. we also know that lap -- admitted to us they have surveillance video they have been keeping an eye on. from before the beating happened. they claim in that they see two
men confronting brian. they don't see the beating itself. it is believed these two men in the video are the two they have in custody. these guys have not been charged yet. that's the latest. i'm john cadiz klemack. laura, back to you. >> thank you, john. in the meantime, bryan stow's family says the media, not the police first told them of the new arrest. so far they are not ready to make a statement but a friend of brian's was. danny simon says he was caught offguard by the news. >> complete surprise. utter surprise and shock. to something i would not expected to have heard any time soon. >> if giovanni did not commit the crime then the lapd should clear his name. stow's family says that brian is alert and awake. we do not follow the latest in
the stow beating ace. both on air and on line. we'll give you updates on his condition. >> funeral services will be held today for a woman found dead and badly burned in rock ridge last week. the body of 21-year-old monica was found last thursday morning. guess garies say the woman as a mother, likely killed and dumped a short distance from highway 24. judgment the alameda county has charged two with murder. he says the two are gang member who is were arrested on tuesday, several days after both led police on separate high skied chases. 5:46. that's talk about the cooler temperatures. >> good morning to you. we told you it was going to happen. sometimes it happens just about 15 minutes, the fog settling in
over the golden gate briz. pretty good visibility that's going to change. all of your bridges likely socked in through about 7:00 and 8:00. look at an ta rosa. elsewhere we're looking good but it's getting right for the fog. as we head throughout the day you'll hear a lot about this, record breaking east. even the midsection of the you us. today 90s, triple digits, for us we've had a below average month. temperatures have been really nice and comfortable. that will be the case through your weekend with an area of low pressure to our north. a slip in the stream. a little shower activity in the northern most portion of the state. a good looking weekend on top. next week much hotter. probably won't be able to do as
much outdoors. finally summer will set in. right now we're at 54 in san mateo, i've 8. headed to about 84 in places like fremont. the drop in temperature, also the low cloud cover will be back. possibly have to deal with that in the city. good news is we drop off near sunday. nice comfortable july weather. 90 by monday and then we start to climb toward the middle of next week. back to you. >> perfect. always perfect for bail and the giants are back on the field at home gents the brewers. by then we should know how buster posey's doing. he is scheduled to undergo one more surgery to remove screws to reattach his three torn ligaments. that happened after a dangerous collision with a marlins player.
posey still has months of rehab work ahead but he's motivated to get back on the field. certainly the team will welcome him back. in tonight's game features the family day. the coast card cutter will be available for tours, next to at&t park. meet the crew, the turn is an 87 foot boat. it's going to be anchored at the pier and all open to tours between 4:00 and 6:00. should be fun. the lock-out continues for players in the nfl decide an owner's street approve a deal. the players had not seen a full proposal. some expressed disappointment what they did see. for the season to start on time a deal must be closed by tuesday. the owners voted to approve the plan. the raiders abstained from the vote. the ceo says they have profound
philosophical differences regarding the collective bargaining agreement. it's 5:49. a report report looks at the welds. >> do you know what's in this box. angry birds, really. >> as you drive 580 through almost we're seeing spots of slowing, now increasing by a minute or two. we're watching as things get more congested and the fire in this area might affect your commute. freshening breath? that's easy. keeping teeth strong? that's tough. so our dentist recommended act. [ male announcer ] act mouthwash restores enamel and makes teeth up to 2 times stronger. act. stronger teeth and fresher breath in every bottle.
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across the bay area coming up. it's 5:52 now. b.a.r.t. is releasing inyou surveillance video of the moments just before a man was shot to death by a b.a.r.t. officer at the civic center station. the video shows the officer who fired three fatal shots at charles hill. you can see him here as he backs up, he put on his glove, then pulls out his gun and fires. b.a.r.t. says what you cannot see is hill throwing a bottle and advancing towards them with a knife over his head. b.a.r.t. says you can see the knife in the blue circle. it will come up on the corner of the screen so you can see it. police say hill threw this knife at officers. dna tests are being run on a second knife found at the platform to determine if it is related to that shooting. >> the pg&e pipeline that ruptured and caused a deadly exclogs in san bruno is riddled with defective welding according
to new documents released. the report states that investigators found a 10-inch long segment that had various welds. having such a small section of pipe welded on a line is very dangerous. highly dangerous, in fact. the investigators found many substandard welds along line 132, most of them on smaller sections of the pipe. >> 5:54. i want to check the morning commute with mike. >> a lot better than a couple of hours ago where weed that closure for 101. i mark that construction zone on the maps, you'll see slowing, there is equipment on the scene but those lanes are open now but over the weekend, overnight you'll have closures until 5:30 on monday from midnight to 5:30 each night. capital expressway, a good route for you to note. we're looking at 101 coming up. the green cars showing speeds
above 50. past the dumbarton and the san mateo bridge a. look at 92 through the area. the sensors show a smooth flow and the live shot toward the east bay from the peninsula side. the headlights coming toward us. there is fog developing around the bay area so we'll watch for that as it continues to develop. back to you guys with the quick look at traffic. back to you, laura. >> christina tells us the visibility is going to change. look who joins me for gadget friday. our camera's not the ga jext they are impressive but now we're going to -- it's not snow. you have something that is popular. >> one of our most brilliant people hit the wrong button on the television remote. look what i have. i've got angry birds.
it is an outstanding device. i'm sorry that i gave my kids this device. this is -- what shows netflixes and hulo and what not on your television. you can also play angry birds as well. >> you can bring it from your cell phone. >> you can. it even has sound and everything as we play angry birds on your big tv. absolutely outstanding, about $100 from ruko, made in saratoga. >> you play with this. >> you hold down okay, you pull it back. it's like a wii remote. very cool. >> very cool. so i need both. how much? >> this attaches to your television thxs is the remote. netflix and hulu and everything else. >> the cost? >> 100 bucks. >> not bad. very fun. although dangerous if you give it to the kids.
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>> good morning. i'm christie smith live near the altamont pass. we have new information about a pair of grass fires that broke out overnight. crews still on scene working on it this morning. that story coming up in a live report. >> and a major twist in the bryan stow case that could mean the lapd could have the wrong guy in custody all along. i'll have the latest on the bryan stow beating investigation coming up. >> police may not have shot and killed a man in the bay view after all. the latest o